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Characterised by a horse made of iron in the balcony, The White Horse represents a time period of the 1930's. The pub has beautiful interiors, the highlight being the horse itself. Being one of Nicholson's treasures, going by tradition, The White Horse offers beer, ales and food which are very English in style. During the cool Fall months, share a Cottage Pie for Two or enjoy the flavors of the Line-caught Cod Fillet which is available all-year round. An exciting evening awaits you.
Mildreds is a casual, vegetarian restaurant in Soho, with an intimate air and popular following. 1950s diner-style Formica furniture and vibrant wall paintings rustle up a relaxed atmosphere. Healthy and wholesome, the inspired variety of international veggie and vegan dishes, in hearty portions, will keep you coming back. The energizing detox salad with chick peas, bean sprouts, organic carrot and raisins is deliciously filling. Veggie burgers are garnished with black olives or white beans. The menu also features rejuvenating juices such as watermelon, pineapple and pear. As lunch hour looms, the restaurant becomes squashed with Soho suits, so takeaway is an advisable option. Two tables are placed on the pavement, where you can catch a little sun.
If you want to taste the authentic flavors of a noodle stall from China, when you are still in London, head straight for the Cha Cha Moon. You will certainly agree that visiting this place was completely worth it, after you have tasted the beef noodles and Crispy duck lao mian that are served here. The spices manage to leave a savory after-taste that one will remember for long. Cha cha Moon has a casual ambience with dim lighting thats sets the mood for a sojourn into China.
Zebrano prides themselves on providing the best in excellent service for all their patrons. The building boasts over two floors, a spacious open area downstairs accompanied by DJs, more cozy areas upstairs, and outdoor lounging spaces as well. They list an excellent drinks menu including some outstanding, creative cocktails and its own beers. Zebrano serves cuisine that you'll find very European and includes sharing platters. The décor features primarily dark wood, red walls and plush sofas.
Ping Pong - Soho like its other chains throughout London, provides one with authentic Chinese cuisine that will make you go 'yum.' They have a great range of dumplings, try their chicken or prawn varieties for sure. For those who are not particularly fond of dumplings, other dishes such as edamame, roast pork puff and several rice preparations are available too. They also have some Asian inspired cocktails at the bar, so do try one of these as well. The efficient and quick service goes a long way in making ones experience pleasant.
With its sumptuous sushi and 60 meter of conveyor-belt convenience, YO! Sushi along Poland Street is the chain's first restaurant to throw open its doors in 1997. This flagship of the YO! Sushi fleet, brings a piece of Japan to the heart of London, and the recently spruced up eatery now sports mirrored leather interiors and a reputation of being the best sushi stop in Soho. Prices vary, depending on whether you like the vegetarian sushi or the more expensive sashimi. It's certainly worth remembering that half an hour before the close of the business day. Diners who want to make a night of it can head downstairs to YO! below.
A necessary succession to his Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, Cinnamon Soho, a Vivek Singh undertaking, is located on Kingly Street. The restaurant is done up gorgeously, with elegant light-wood furniture bathed in perfect, dim lighting; a great vibe runs throughout the place which is reflected in the friendly service too. The menu is thick with traditional Indian and East Asian fare blended refreshingly with a Brit undertone; vegetarian dishes, as expected, are well-represented. Beautiful-looking delicacies, colorful signature cocktails, popular wines, a range of innovative desserts and a fabulous ambiance all add up to make Cinnamon Soho a fantastic dining experience.
Synonymous with a fabulous gastronomic adventure, Dishoom Carnaby pays tribute to the age-old Iranian cafes of Mumbai. A somewhat familiar figure in London, this restaurant is one of the four others located in the city. Through near perfect replicas of the decor as well as dishes, this restaurant invokes strong vibes of the 60s Iranian cafe culture in Mumbai. Be sure to walk in during breakfast for a taste of old-school Iranian culture, with a bite of the signature Keema Per Eedu, Bun Maska and Iranian chai, with some pleasant music playing on the jukebox.